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Which one of the following groups of words is a fragment? A. Talking on the phone is her favorite pastime. B. The Carters enjoy vacationing at the lake. C. Strolling in the park on a summer afternoon. D. In December, we usually take a skiing trip.
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Strolling in the park on a summer afternoon. This is a fragment.
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